Cumberland Pass is one of Colorado's most scenic and historic passes.
The trail is very easy and can be driven in a passenger car without any
problems but is open to ATV's, dirt bikes, and Jeeps. The trail
passes lots of mining history. With a sharp eye you will see old mines
all long the road.
Frenchy's Cafe is located at the start of the trail in Tincup. The
Frenchy's restaurant serves a great breakfast and is a very historic
place. While you are there buy one of their books on the history
of Tincup and it will explain the history of many of the mines the trail
The wide jeep road makes for easy going for beginners on an ATV or
Cabin south of Tin Cup is now in a Beaver Pond.
Great views are all around as you near the top of Cumberland Pass
Summit of Cumberland pass is just a short ATV or dirt bike ride from
Pitkin or Tin Cup. Great camping is available at Taylor Reservoir.
View from Cumberland Pass of Colorado wild flowers.
The easy Jeep road continues toward Pitkin and passes many old mines just off
One of many mines on an ATV trail south of Cumberland Pass
One of many structures at the Bon Ton Mine site.
ATV and Cabin rentals are available at the Taylor Park Trading post and
several other near by places.
There is a large network of old mining roads to the east of Cumberland
Cumberland Pass Road as seen from Napoleon Mountain.